Culture and Diversity

Culture and Diversity

If diverse cities comprise a rich tapestry of many different cultures, religions, and lifestyles, count Dallas as one of most richly diverse cities in the country. Dallas, which in 2019 ranked as one of the country’s five most diverse cities, exemplifies a vast melting pot of socioeconomic diversity, cultural diversity, economic diversity, household diversity, and religious diversity. In Dallas, we come together to celebrate our differences. This important convergence of uniqueness and differences is reflected throughout the sights and sounds of the city. Dallas’ authentic arts, music, food, places of worship, historic landmarks, and urban lifestyle all contribute to the city’s makeup, and we wouldn’t want it any other way.

World Cup guests will find the Dallas region to be a one-of-a-kind mix of nouveau sitting beside the time-honored, ranging from the chic to the classical, from the extravagant to the quaint, and from the opulent to the affordable. No matter the preference nor the palette and no matter the budget nor the background, everyone can find what they’re looking for in Dallas.

An Untold Story

A Unifying Spirit

The Dallas region has ranked No. 1 by the U.S. Census Bureau in new residents for the last four years in a row, and have been in the top three regions for the entire decade. Today Dallas boasts the nation’s fourth-largest metro area in terms of population. The region is a melting pot of cultures, religions, and lifestyles. Dallas consistently ranks as one of the “Top 5 cities for African-Americans,” and the metro area includes the ninth-largest Latino population in the country. More than 300,000 Asians call North Texas home, and the LGBTQ+ community is also among the nation’s largest and the biggest in Texas.